Willed To Wed Epub ☆ Willed To eBook ì

Willed To Wed Epub ☆ Willed To  eBook ì
  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Willed To Wed
  • Wilma Counts
  • English
  • 01 September 2018
  • 0821763237

Willed To Wed❰PDF / Epub❯ ☆ Willed To Wed Author Wilma Counts – Essayreview.co.uk According to the will of Lady Sarah Longbourne s Grandpapa, she would inherit only if she wed the heir to the adjoining estate Of course Grandpapa thought her fiance would be sweet Robert Markholme Bu According to the will of Lady Sarah Longbourne s Grandpapa, she would inherit only if she wed the heir to the adjoining estate Of course Grandpapa thought her fiance would be sweet Robert Markholme But the young man s drowning changed everything Now the independent lady had to marry a stranger Matthew Cameron, whose new estate was in debt But could a marriage of convenience between a reluctant bride and groom lead to a lifetime of love.


About the Author: Wilma Counts

Before moving to Nevada in , Wilma Counts taught high school English and social studies in Germany to dependents of American forces stationed there She loved the kids, but hated meaningless paperwork She especially enjoyed her work with Advance Placement English, Model United Nations, and student exchanges with a Russian schoolWilma grew up in Oregon, a product of the Leave It To Beaver era She holds degrees in education and international relations Having traveled widely, she is keenly interested in politics and international relations She freely Willed To eBook ì admits to being a C SPAN junkieA member of the Romance Writers of America, she has written two Regency novels and a novella for Zebra Willed to Wed is slated for publication in September, , and My Lady Governess in February, Her current projects include another Regency and a novel set in the American West She contributes a regular column on grammar and usage to the local RWA newsletter Besides her interest in travel and writing, Wilma is an avid reader and she loves to cook, garden, and gamble not necessarily in that order.


10 thoughts on “Willed To Wed

  1. says:

    I have enjoyed many of Wilma Counts books Two of them, An Earl Like No Other and Rules Of Marriage are favorites of mine Willed to Wed is about an arranged marriage of strangers, a trope I usually enjoy Matthew and Sarah are forced into marriage by the actions of her grandfather and his uncle Sarah has very competently been managing her family s estate Matthew, an officer in the Peninsular Campaign, never expected to inherit his title and estate, but is committed to doing what he must to p I have enjoyed many of Wilma Counts books Two of them, An Earl Like No Other and Rules Of Marriage are favorites of mine Willed to Wed is about an arranged marriage of strangers, a trope I usually enjoy Matthew and Sarah are forced into marriage by the actions of her grandfather and his uncle Sarah has very competently been managing her family s estate Matthew, an officer in the Peninsular Campaign, never expected to inherit his title and estate, but is committed to doing what he must to protect all the people connected with the estate who are dependent upon him Both Sarah and Matthew are fully realized characters, who are both interesting and likable The author deftly shows their deepening feelings and respect for each other The secondary characters her family, his friends and family are also well drawn And, as usual, Ms Counts writes well with excellent pacing Buthere s where all this goes sour for me There is one misunderstanding after another Each misunderstanding not only goes on too long, but Sarah and Matthew depending which one at what time has misunderstood refuse to talk about them And almost all of the misunderstandings could have been cleared up very quickly with a simple conversation Further, the villain of the piece is a woman Matthew almost married in his extreme youth, but she threw him over for an older man who was not only richer than Matthew, but a duke as well So, since then he thinks all women are greedy and grasping, and are all betrayers That also got old pretty fast, as it had been quite a few years since this had happened, and Matthew should have become wiser andknowledgable about women during that time

  2. says:

    My English teacher from 11th and 12th grade wrote this

  3. says:

    3.5Enjoyed reading this book, but felt that everything was too easy shallow.Misunderstanding and Mis communication between couple was irking.

  4. says:

    Regency

  5. says:

    I totally, absolutely and completely love it.It s a truly romantic regency story.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *